Mike White
Worldwide Postal History.
Censored and Military Mail.
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[11030]  NEW GUINEA-GB [WW2-AIRMAIL-CENSORED]  1939(Nov 4)
[11030]  NEW GUINEA-GB [WW2-AIRMAIL-CENSORED]  1939(Nov 4)
[11030] NEW GUINEA-GB [WW2-AIRMAIL-CENSORED] 1939(Nov 4) Printed airmail env (Vertical crease through one 2d value) to Newquay bearing redrawn Birds of Paradise 2 x 2d + pair 2d + Air 9d [SG 179 + 179a + 220 making 1/6 rate] tied Salamaua/New Guinea d/s & w/red on white Opened By Censor label [CCSG NGL 2b] & on rev Townsville [5 Nov] slogan Instal a Telephone transit d/s...........[The 2d & 9d values are highly catalogued by SG & the Censor label pre-dates the CCSG ERD of Dec 1939...A good cover correctly franked for airmail via Guinea airways to Townsville thense Qantas-Imperial airways to destination]
US$330
[14189]  GB-AUSTRALIA [HIGH VALUE]  1951(Aug 1)
[14189]  GB-AUSTRALIA [HIGH VALUE]  1951(Aug 1)
[14189] GB-AUSTRALIA [HIGH VALUE] 1951(Aug 1) Longer airmail env (Small piece missing on reverse when opened) to Sydney bearing GV1 Festival 2/6 tied London W1machine d/s...... (scarce use of single 2/6 of this issue)
US$70
[14379]  GB-AUSTRALIA [WOUNDED SOLDIER/BANGOUR HOSPITAL]  1916(Nov 14)
[14379]  GB-AUSTRALIA [WOUNDED SOLDIER/BANGOUR HOSPITAL]  1916(Nov 14)
[14379] GB-AUSTRALIA [WOUNDED SOLDIER/BANGOUR HOSPITAL] 1916(Nov 14)Plain stampless env [Vertical crease] to NSW endorsed On Active Service from 1871 4th Batt A.I.F. cancelled Edinburgh/21 d/s & w/circ THE EDINBURGH WAR HOSPITAL BANGOUR/POSTED BY A WOUNDED SOLDIER h/s in violet....... [4th Battalion from NSW served with 1st Brigade in the Gallipoli campaign, he was probably wounded there]
US$350
[10622]  FIJI-AUSTRALIA [WW2-CENSORED]  1944(Mar 3)
[10622]  FIJI-AUSTRALIA [WW2-CENSORED]  1944(Mar 3)
[10622] FIJI-AUSTRALIA [WW2-CENSORED] 1944(Mar 3) Printed longer airmail env by registered airmail to Sydney endorsed Fiji-New Zealand-Aust & w/typed "Seen & Passed for Transmission by the /High Commissioner for the Western Pacific" & w/Signaturebearing 3d, 6d & 1/- tied SuvaFiji/Registered d/s & w/boxed Suva/R No registered h/s in violet w/2692 inserted by h/s in black & w/PC90 Opened By Examiner X 114 label & w/on reverse Suva Fiji.Registered [3 Mar] despatch d/s & smudged Sydney [17 Mar] arrival d/s
US$150
[16667]  EGYPT-AUSTRALIA [AUSTRALIAN FORCES-WAR CORRESSPONDENT]  1940(Nov 11)
[16667]  EGYPT-AUSTRALIA [AUSTRALIAN FORCES-WAR CORRESSPONDENT]  1940(Nov 11)
[16667] EGYPT-AUSTRALIA [AUSTRALIAN FORCES-WAR CORRESSPONDENT] 1940(Nov 11)Printed longer airmail env to Killara N.S.W. bearing block x 6 plus single 10m tied 1st Bge. HQ P.O./M.1 d/s located El Amirya 7 w/square boxed Passed/By/Unit/Censor/224 h/s in red...[The writer Guy Harriott was a War Correspondent for the Sydney Morning Herald reporting from the Middle East & Greece area & later the far East, he survived a ship wreck after hitting a mine & sinking in 8 minutes whilst travelling from Tobruck to Alexandria. For deeds in Albania he was mentioned in dispatches, was awarded the Greek Cross of Distinguished Service, he later became the Editor of the paper & was made an OBE. He died aged 66 after a distinguished career]
US$80
[16668]  GREECE-AUSTRALIA [AUSTRALIAN FORCES-WAR CORRESSPONDENT]  1941(Feb 12)
[16668]  GREECE-AUSTRALIA [AUSTRALIAN FORCES-WAR CORRESSPONDENT]  1941(Feb 12)
[16668] GREECE-AUSTRALIA [AUSTRALIAN FORCES-WAR CORRESSPONDENT] 1941(Feb 12)Printed longer airmail env (light creases & stains) to Killara N.S.W. bearing GB pair 2d + single 6d tied FPO 193 d/s [Recorded used 18.11.40 - 20.04.41 & Lost in the campaign] & w/boxed Passed By/RAF/Censor No 161 h/s in red [type R2 & only used in Greece Jan-3 Mar 1941] together w/part red on white A.F.W.3312/Examined/Base Censor label [back half gone] tied smudged oval Deputy Chief Field/Censor h/s in violet w/Crown in centre ...[The writer Guy Harriott was a War Correspondent for the Sydney Morning Herald reporting from the Middle East & Greece area & later the far East, he survived a ship wreck after hitting a mine & sinking in 8 minutes whilst travelling from Tobruck to Alexandria. For deeds in Albania he was mentioned in dispatches, was awarded the Greek Cross of Distinguished Service, he later became the Editor of the paper & was made an OBE. He died aged 66 after a distinguished career]
US$250
[10449]  SUDAN [AUSTRALIAN N.S.W. MINIATURE NEWSPAPER]  1885(Mar 3)
[10449]  SUDAN [AUSTRALIAN N.S.W. MINIATURE NEWSPAPER]  1885(Mar 3)
[10449]  SUDAN [AUSTRALIAN N.S.W. MINIATURE NEWSPAPER]  1885(Mar 3)
[10449]  SUDAN [AUSTRALIAN N.S.W. MINIATURE NEWSPAPER]  1885(Mar 3)
[10449] SUDAN [AUSTRALIAN N.S.W. MINIATURE NEWSPAPER] 1885(Mar 3) Official Illustrated Number "The Echo" To Commemorate the Departure of the New South Wales Troops for the Soudan printed miniature newspaper that opens to show Parade of Contingent at Victoria Barracks, SS Iberia, Gordons residence & Officers of the Contingent.....[Has a few age stains & splits but a rare item connected with the small Australian contingent who served in the Soudan campaign]
US$300
[11980]  N.E.I.-NZ [AUSTRLAIN WAR GRAVES]  1947(Aug 1)
[11980]  N.E.I.-NZ [AUSTRLAIN WAR GRAVES]  1947(Aug 1)
[11980] N.E.I.-NZ [AUSTRLAIN WAR GRAVES] 1947(Aug 1) Plain stampless env to Auckland endorsedAir mail On Active Service from VX501554 Cpl Lennon, 16 Aust. War Graves Unit, Ambon NEI cancelled Air Force PO/Mototai d/s [Not listed by Proud in History of the Australian Military Postal Services 1914-1950]
US$150
[12779]  AUSTRALIA-DENMARK [WW1 CENSORED/TAXED]  1915(Aug 17)
[12779]  AUSTRALIA-DENMARK [WW1 CENSORED/TAXED]  1915(Aug 17)
[12779] AUSTRALIA-DENMARK [WW1 CENSORED/TAXED] 1915(Aug 17) Sepia picture postcard showing Collins St. Melbourne with Trams to Copenhagen bearing GV pair d tied Melbourne/Victoria machine d/s & w/unframed Passed h/s in violet & octagonal T/10c taxe h/s in black
US$130
[13184]  PAPUA & NG [WW2 LOCAL USE]  1943(Nov 11)
[13184]  PAPUA & NG [WW2 LOCAL USE]  1943(Nov 11)
[13184] PAPUA & NG [WW2 LOCAL USE] 1943(Nov 11) Plain stampless env to Bishop of New Guinea, c/o Major General, Administrator Angau HQ endorsed "Please retain at Port Moresby, Angau HQ pending return the Bishop to Port Moresby" cancelled Aust Army P.O. 218 & w/blue on white Opened By Censor label tied circular Crown/Passed/By/Censor/12 h/s in violet
US$80
[5476]  BOER WAR-AUSTRALIA [AUSTRALIAN CONTINGENT] 1902(Mar 17)
[5476]  BOER WAR-AUSTRALIA [AUSTRALIAN CONTINGENT] 1902(Mar 17)
[5476] BOER WAR-AUSTRALIA [AUSTRALIAN CONTINGENT] 1902(Mar 17) Plain stampless env to Post Master General, Sydney NSW endorsed "Stamp Not Available" cancelled Field Post Office/British Army S. Africa/47 located at Vryheid Transvaal & with on rev Army Post Office/Elandsfontein [22 Mar] transit & Sydney [19 Apr] arrival d/s..........Scarce from Australian contingent
US$370
[12510]  GB-FIJI-AUSTRALIA [UNCLAIMED-DEAD LETTER]  1917(Mar 26)
[12510]  GB-FIJI-AUSTRALIA [UNCLAIMED-DEAD LETTER]  1917(Mar 26)
[12510] GB-FIJI-AUSTRALIA [UNCLAIMED-DEAD LETTER] 1917(Mar 26) Plain envelope bearing GV 1d to Suva & forwarded with plethora manuscript annotations & handstamps including manuscript "Not Technical/No 1 Inf. Depot 16/6/17", "Not Ist Depot", "1 AIF Machine Gun Section Liverpool Camp", "Not MGS" plus unframed Unclaimed h/s in black & on reverse Suva [22 Jun] d/s Liverpool Military Camp/NSW [27 Jul] d/s, boxed Technical Battalion/Jul 31 1917/No/Headquarters, Liverpool h/s in blue, boxed 1st Inf. Depot Bn/Jul 31 1917/No/ Liverpool h/s in violet & Dead letter Office/Sydney [10 Aug] d/s................An unusual, intriguing & interesting WW1 item
US$400
[11102]  AUSTRALIA-A.I.F. ABROAD [BELIEVED M.I.A.-RETURNED BY MILITARY]  1941(Jun)
[11102]  AUSTRALIA-A.I.F. ABROAD [BELIEVED M.I.A.-RETURNED BY MILITARY]  1941(Jun)
[11102] AUSTRALIA-A.I.F. ABROAD [BELIEVED M.I.A.-RETURNED BY MILITARY] 1941(Jun) Plain envelopes (Few tone spots) bearing GV1 definitives 4 x 2d [4] & 1d with unclear cancellation to Capt Hindmarsh NX 12160 IMG Bn. AIF Abroad & with manuscript "Believed M.I.A/ 29/6/41" & with unframed Return to Sender on Military Board Instructions/For O i/c District Records Office h/s in violet across adhesives & on reverse further strike across the flaps & scarce Not Opened By Censor/2 roller h/s [Smith 2.17/CCSG H2-10] in black
US$270
[12331]  SWEDEN-AUSTRALIA [REGISTERED/DOUBLE CENSORED]  1940(Aug 24)
[12331]  SWEDEN-AUSTRALIA [REGISTERED/DOUBLE CENSORED]  1940(Aug 24)
[12331] SWEDEN-AUSTRALIA [REGISTERED/DOUBLE CENSORED] 1940(Aug 24) Plain envelope registered to Mareeba/Queensland bearing 2 x 25ore tied Stockholm 21 d/s & with R/Stockholm 21/Nr 929 registation label & boxed Passed By/Censor 4 h/s in violet & with on reverse Valutakontroll/Postverket label tied Registered/Brisbane [1 Oct] transit d/s & with red on white 1 dot Opened By Censor label tied Registered/Brisbane [3 Oct] transit d/s Mareeba/Queensland [8 Oct] arrival d/s
US$150
[5419] AUSTRALIA-PALESTINE [NOT WITH UNIT-DLO-RETURNED] 1940(Apr 16)
[5419] AUSTRALIA-PALESTINE [NOT WITH UNIT-DLO-RETURNED] 1940(Apr 16)
[5419] AUSTRALIA-PALESTINE [NOT WITH UNIT-DLO-RETURNED] 1940(Apr 16) Plain envelope bearing GV1 definitive 2d tied Castlemaine/Vic d/s to VX 15562 R.J. Russel, 2/8th Batt AIF Abroad w/boxed Not With Unit h/s in violet & boxed Aust Army Base PO/Cannot be Traced from/Address h/s in violet & unframed Not With/19 I.T.B. h/s in black together w/various manuscript annotations & finally Returned with on rev Returned to Sender/From DLO Melbourne label imprint Sch. C2669 - 2/1940 - 893 tied Dead Letter R.O./Melbourne [21 Aug 41] arrival d/s......................... [This actual item illustrated in Collas PH of Aust Army during WW2 page 12]
US$200
[11317]  NEW GUINEA-GB [WW1 N.W.P.I. RABAUL CENSORSHIP]  1917(Oct 10)
[11317]  NEW GUINEA-GB [WW1 N.W.P.I. RABAUL CENSORSHIP]  1917(Oct 10)
[11317] NEW GUINEA-GB [WW1 N.W.P.I. RABAUL CENSORSHIP] 1917(Oct 10) Plain envelope to Frodsham, Cheshire bearing Australia GV 1d Ovptd N.W./Pacific/Islands tied Kieta [14 Oct] d/s & with oval Crown/Passed Censor/10 Oct 1917/Rabaul h/s in violet & unframed Passed Censor h/s in blueish grey & with on reverse Warrington [2 Jan 18] transit d/s
US$600
[12707]  NEW ZEALAND-AUSTRALIA [WW1 CENSORED STATIONARY]  1915(May 19)
[12707]  NEW ZEALAND-AUSTRALIA [WW1 CENSORED STATIONARY]  1915(May 19)
[12707] NEW ZEALAND-AUSTRALIA [WW1 CENSORED STATIONARY] 1915(May 19)New Zealand 1d printed Stationary envelope to Rev C Mueller, Manager of Luth Publishing Co., Hochkirch Vic. cancelled Halcombe NZ d/s & with unframed Passed h/s in violet & red on buff Opened By/Censor label [Possibly Humphrey's MT2 Opened By = 45.5 x 5.5mm/Censor = 34.5 x 5.5mm/Space between OB & C = 5mm] with on reverse circular Hochkirsch Victoria [28 May] arrival d/s..............[Halcombe is a very small hamlet on the North island with a population of only 432 in the census of 2007]
US$250
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[11739] AUSTRALIA-NEW ZEALAND [WW1 NZ TROOPSHIP MAIL] Circa 1917 coloured stampless picture postcard of Wynyard Square, Sydney NSW to Nelson NZ with double rimmed circular Passed By Censor/No 23 NZ h/s in blue allocated to HMNZT Opawa...............[After August 1916 the familiar Troopship handstamps with a number allocated to each troopship was dropped in favour of the double rimmed circular Passed By Censor handstamps]
US$150
[11986]  PAPUA & N.G.-AUSTRALIA [WW2 AUST. FORCES REGISTERED CENSORED]  1945(Apr 2)
[11986]  PAPUA & N.G.-AUSTRALIA [WW2 AUST. FORCES REGISTERED CENSORED]  1945(Apr 2)
[11986] PAPUA & N.G.-AUSTRALIA [WW2 AUST. FORCES REGISTERED CENSORED] 1945(Apr 2) The Salvation Army, Australian Comforts Fund, YMCA printed envelope registered to Tattersalls, Hobart bearing Australia GV1 2 x 3d tied Air Force PO 238 d/s located Madang with red on white R/Air Force PO 238/190 registration label & with oval R.A.A.F. Censor/824 h/s in violet with on reverse Registered Melbourne [30 Apr] Registered Hobart [30 Apr] transit d/s & on face Geo Adams [30 Apr] arrival d/s in red
US$200
[12289]  PAPUA & N.G.-GB [WW2 CENSORED]  1942 New Guinea Mission/From the Bishop of New Guinea pictorial envelope (Few tone spots)
[12289]  PAPUA & N.G.-GB [WW2 CENSORED]  1942 New Guinea Mission/From the Bishop of New Guinea pictorial envelope (Few tone spots)
[12289] PAPUA & N.G.-GB [WW2 CENSORED] 1942 New Guinea Mission/From the Bishop of New Guinea pictorial envelope (Few tone spots) to Oxford bearing Australia GV1. 3d tied FPO 0139 located Port Moresby & with blue on white Opened By Censor label tied Crown over circle Passed By Censor/180 h/s in violet
US$80
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